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Aneurisma aórtico abdominal con ruptura mortal

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Esta muestra médica ilustra un aneurisma aórtico abdominal con ruptura mortal subsiguiente usando cuatro ilustraciones. La primera imagen muestra una vista de corte transversal anterior (frontal) de la cavidad abdominal, mostrando la aparición del aneurisma aórtico. La segunda y tercera imagen muestran el avance del aneurisma desde una filtración lenta hasta una ruptura completa y una hemorragia masiva. La imagen final muestra una reparación quirúrgica correcta de la aorta usando un material de injerto sintético.

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